holiday

How the Grinch spreads holiday cheer

Medford, Ore.- Britton Munoz has lived on Cherry Lane for five years and every Christmas, he joins his neighbors decorating his house with holiday cheer. “Everybody enjoys decorating their houses and spending the Christmas spirit.” But Munoz likes to one-up his neighbors …

Local company gives gifts to kids in need

Medford, Ore.- A local company has been making the holidays a little brighter for kids and families in the Rogue Valley for the past four years. Every holiday season, Lifeline Computer Solutions provide love and gifts to children in need. Friday, staff …

Airport sees increase in travelers this holiday

Medford, Ore.- The Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport is expected to see 4,000 passengers the day before Thanksgiving. “You know it’s got to be the biggest Thanksgiving we have ever had,” Bern Case, airport director said. Case says the airport parking lot is …

Greystone court lights up for Access

Medford, Ore. — Greystone court is once again aglow with the Christmas spirit, collecting donations for Access. The annual lights display helps bring in donations for the nonprofit. You can drive around the court or take a stroll with the family and …

Wrap for a cause

Medford, Ore., — A local organization is providing an easy way to get your holiday wrapping done, and give back to a good cause at the same time! Habitat for Humanity is in the Rogue Valley Mall until Christmas, wrapping presents for …

Free turkey dinner

Medford, Ore., — The holiday’s are upon us and the folks at Saint Vincent De Paul kicked off the season of giving today with their annual free turkey dinner in Medford. The 13th annual dinner provides a full meal, and sometimes even …

Holiday bazaar in Shady Cove

Shady Cove, Ore., — The community in Shady Cove is getting into the holiday spirit this weekend. Folks came out to a holiday bazaar at the Upper Rogue Community Center today. It’s a fundraiser for numerous community assets, including the fire department, …

Tough Turkey: Thanksgiving price jump

(NBC News) This year’s Thanksgiving feast will likely cost your more. An outbreak of avian flu in April and May resulted in the loss of seven million turkeys. Experts say there will still be plenty to go around, mainly because frozen Thanksgiving …